The Running Girl Ally of Eldisle sword thegn and sometime mage bears twin burdens a complicated heritage and a penchant for finding herself in the wrong place at the wrong time Faced with false accusations of treas

  • Title: The Running Girl
  • Author: D. Alexander Neill
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 274
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Ally of Eldisle, sword thegn and sometime mage, bears twin burdens a complicated heritage, and a penchant for finding herself in the wrong place at the wrong time Faced with false accusations of treason and murder, she flees to foreign lands, finding enemies all around, friends in unexpected places, and wonders undreamed of While struggling to keep an ancient treasure oAlly of Eldisle, sword thegn and sometime mage, bears twin burdens a complicated heritage, and a penchant for finding herself in the wrong place at the wrong time Faced with false accusations of treason and murder, she flees to foreign lands, finding enemies all around, friends in unexpected places, and wonders undreamed of While struggling to keep an ancient treasure out of unfriendly hands, she is forced to reconcile her preconceptions about the wider world and its myriad inhabitants with her own origins and to come to terms with the meaning of a bloodline lost in the depths of antiquity, created by ancestors both inhuman and unknown, and with the awful powers they have bequeathed her.

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    About “D. Alexander Neill

    1. D. Alexander Neill says:

      D Alexander Neill is the nom de plume of Donald A Neill A retired Army officer and strategic analyst, Don is a graduate of the Royal Military College of Canada D.E.C 1986 and BA 1989 , the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs MA 1991 , and the University of Kent at Canterbury Ph.D 2006 He began writing fiction as a creative outlet in Grade 6, managing to overcome devastating reviews of his first novel, which he wrote in 2H pencil in seven taped together college ruled notebooks He initially chose the fantasy genre because he was sucked into it at the age of 11 by the irresistible double sucker punch of The Hobbit and Star Wars, never managed to escape, and eventually gave up trying He intends to branch out into other fictional fields of endeavour, but will always return to Anuru, where Allfather willing there will always be at least one story waiting to be told.Don has been married for 20 years to a Valkyrie, and has two children, both of whom resemble her in temperament and, fortunately, looks.



    2 thoughts on “The Running Girl

    1. Apart from an arbitrary ending, a very good read. I hadn't initially wanted to finish it, but after the first two chapters I was encouraged to continue. Dwarven society was an interesting experience, especially.

    2. Amazing reada riveting story in a classical fantasy setting of a young elf and her her untimely journey across the lands. An excellent piece of fantasy literature

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